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lievelstoke, the Capital of Canada's Alps.'9
The Mai
Vol. 19   No 12
REVELSTOKE, B. C. FEB. 15. 1913
$2.50 Per Year
BORDEN NAVAL POLICY
PASSED OTTAWA
Laurier  Amendment   Rejected  by   Big Majority.—Opposition
Members Vote With Government.—Result Frees House for
Consideration Other National B
usmess.
Ottawa       Feh.   13—The      resolution'
I
stage oi ibe' debate, on the govern -1
meuts proposal to contribute threo
dreadnoughts to the Imperial navy,
came to a conclusion tonight with a
series of vols commencing shortly
after 10 o'elo-k and noi con hiding
until after midnight. The longjdrawn- j
out r.attir.' of thu proceedings was due
to th- fact that after the Vervillu substitute amendment calling for a reference ot tlu- tiuestion to the people and
the Laurier amendment declaring that
the money should be spent on two
Canadian fleet units had been disposed of A.A. Mondou, Nationalist member for Yaraaska, interposed with a
third ami ndmi nt declaring that Canada do nothing i.ntil the Dominion
had hen given a voice ta tin allairs 't
ur ilie euip re. Mr, Mondou made a
long speech in sum on of his proposal.
Both the Verrille and Laurier
amendments were rejected by a government ma oriti of 47. Col. H. H.
McLean, Liberal member for Queen's
Sudbury, who made a speech last week
in favor of th? Ilord n proposals, voted wiili ihe government, hut othr.j
wise the vote was on - ricily party
lines. Th.' usual excitement which attends ih- taking oi important divisions was manifest. All the galleries
were Oiled to their ii:nit when the division hells commenced to ring tbere
was a lively icene within the chamber
A member led od in th1 singing of
"Rule. Britannia," and when it was
concluded Dr. Beland 1 d in ihe sinking of "it'  Canada."   Hefore the Ver-'
ville amendment was voted on Sir
Wilfrid Laurier, in a short speech called upon the government to accept it.
He said lhat Premier Ijordco was
pledged to submit his proposal to lhe
country, and that there would he a
serious hrea'h of faith if hc did not
do  so.
Premier Boi den, who replied witb
some h at, said that the government's
plan was in exact aci ordance with ihe
promises he had made when he was
leader of the opposition. The1 admiralty had been consulted, and on the
advice received it had been decided
thu Canada should do h-r share io
contribute to the defence of the empire. There was no reason why th'
ijuestion sho dd bo submitted to the
people. Then came tbe voing with
the  result  recorded.
As soon as the figures for the second
division were announced, Mr. Borden
proposed his amendment and spoke in
support of il until after midnight. The
amendment   was as follows:
"This lions-', whife prepared to adopt
protective measures for ths territory
of Canada, d'-lines to concur in the
said resolution because it contains pro
visions tending to impose upon Canada who ha- no voice in imperial affairs, a share in tbe external responsibilities and naval defence of ihe em
pire outside Canadian territory, the
only portion oi the empire in which
the Canadian people' hav-' constitu -
I lonal authority.-'
When Mr. Borden had finishe I, Sir
Wilfrid took exention to the amendment. He said that it was no', a proper amendment, but a motion to nega
tive  the propo ed  resolution.
Speaker Sproule was inclined lo agree. He Said the proposed amendment was at variance with the principle of the main motion and was designed to replace it. He ruled il oat
of order.
Mr. Guilbatilt of Joliette thou proposed a fourth amendment as follows
"This house does not now concur in
the resolution, but declares that the
present resolution be referred back to '
the committee of the whole with in - j
structions that it he amended by the
inclusion of provisions annulling and
abrogating the law sanctioned by bis
excellency th;1 governor-general in
May, 1910, and entitled 'An Act re -
specting the naval service of Canada.'
and of stipulations that the present
resolution shall not become effective
until after a majority of the people
has by plobi-cite given its approval
thereto."
This was ruled out of order by the
speaker because il referred to a statute on the statute hooks of the Do-j
minion. The main resolution was
then adopted on a voto of 115-83,, a
government majority of 32.
The following seven Nationalists
bolted and voted with the opposition
against the government: Cuilhault. Jo
li'dte: Barrette, Bethier; Lan-archo.
Xicolet; Achim, Labelle; Mondou, Yarn, u'ka; Po'ilay. Rimouski; an.l Belle-
mar •. Maskininge,
Col. McLean did not vote.
Premier Borden then moved thc scc-
o-.d reading of the bill, but S:r Wil -
fi i 1 Laurier objected and after a short
interchange cf views the premier de-
ci 1 d to fix it  for Tuesday next.
TEN DAILY
TRAINS THRU
REVELSTOKE
Winnupeg, Feb. 12—A meeting of the
officials of the C.l'.R. will be held
here in the latter part of February to
Battle upon the various railway and
steamship time cards which ara to be
put. inlo eflect over the system. Mr.
F. w. i'eters, general superintendent
of the British Columbia division ot
the O.P.R., and other general superintendents  of  the company  will     bo
present.
For  British  Columbia    there    is    a
plan on foot to cstab
new
and
Y. M. C. A.
TTINGS!
On Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock
the mothers and lathers of tho Junior No. 1 class, and a'-o any others
whowi-h to come, are- Invited to ihe
Y to see what pro-res- ihe boys have
male. At the close of the re-ular
gym clas; all visitors may descend to
the basement where they will have the
opportunity of watching the hoys
swim. Do nol forget the date Thursday.  Feb.  20th.
Boy-' Bible Class.—All boys in    the
city whose age runs from 10 to 15 are
invited to this das.- wether they   aro
a v member or not.   This class    be-,
gins at  in o'i lo'ik.
(.ym Blxhib it would   be
well io I.",. April i h clear becau
tbat i be t lm ol I o great exhibition ri iie ■ \ i'.i iii. Jua , ut that date
down ni vour Calendar and nut-book
Tin- proceeds will go towards purchas
log a Suspended horizontal bar, also
.i anitary .ii ii kin fountain tor the
Kym.
Sunday Meeting On Sunday afternoon at 3:45 tho Secretary Mr. Allan
Thomson will speal to men. Tho Bub
jici will be:—"Little Things." This
will beaver.l int.'resting subject. All.
men are Invited m spend an hour to-.
geih r.   The meeting  ilosei sharp   at
4:4:.  p.m. |
Tbe men are now enjoying sitting
around the new fireplace In ihe lobby
Any time ol the day, men can be.
seen sitting reading the most-up-to-:
date books and inaca/ine.-. The bowling alleys ,,iv en ill in (treat demand,
lhe   bigbeil   tingle  score     wns  bowled
by one on the Dlrectoi team, namely Tin.   A  two men league is now he.
log formed, ail those wishing to enter, > hould give their names to As-
Hisliiiit  See. Cowan, with a deposit of
2.ic.  (i-i int.. the game.
A meeting ol the Ladies' Hospital Guild will be held at the
City Hall on Tuesday afternoon
the 26th, to make arrangements
for a fancy dress ball or some
other ntertainment for tb- opening ol the new hospital. Aii
nterested whether members of th- Guild or not, are requested to attend. The hospital
Is ti. aily finished and will re -
quire new linen, dishes, curtains
etc. These things have always
been supplied by the Ladi-'s'
Guild so Ihey are anxious to
raise funds to pui base new sup-
pl Remember  the  <lat.-,  Feb.
25th i last Tuesday) at four p m.
CORRESPONDENCE
PROGRESS GLiifl
Th Pr if res Club m t In n gular
ilty ball, Revelstoke,
on, Tuetdaj. V   ruary 11tb.
\ lei Pres leni J.D, Sibbald, jr., oc-
cupl .1 the chad ■ teen mem -
. i    wen   pn ent.
Various communication were order-
eel answered or tiled.
A deputation eon iting w.ll Wallace oi 1 K. ''<. McRae, wi re appointed to wait upon tbe Oity council and
request a donation of $1000 for Pub-
Mi ity pui i o-.-   for 1913.
The matter of certain obnoxious reporl i igarding Revelstoke and district, appearing in the Calgary Herald, and Vancouver Sun, was referred
to  Publicity eommlttee.
'i'ii   ne ttlng adjourned at ll p.m.
Band, Alta., Feb. 12th, 1913.
Editor Mail-Herald:—
D ae Sir,—There ar ■ 26 riii tak -
ing in the Band i on.s, iei he e whi h
ar - .1 to lay, i-ib inst. a i p.m
The weath.r i- cl ar wiib a tow degrees of froa v. hi h is ju i i ht for
e  i  n . aii 1  the li e is good, i
being six sh n ts
Then a - three i In ts h ire from - lol
li n. ar.d besides tho difl i a I I
' al ai ', K In onton, i Hare ihol , Prld
rinks taking part there aro rinks Irom
lis, r.'i.i'.h • d. 'i ber i is a il - a i
tournam mt h. re lomorn w e wning on
ihe : o -d long and -te p toi o tn
-li le lure, and vai ious skating rae is
on Friday evening, uth inst.
There are flve different comp I it ions
.:. the curling tournament  for , -   tie
men. besides the     con olation, (Irani
and  lhi   various pr
■    npetii ii n.   There  i    also   a
imi.   Thi   Irawi
• • 0'ilv    n ade In two    '-ms,
vi     The    Brewer]  and the     Grand
Ch    en ■'.
There i only si\ in hes uf snow bore
. n  the level.
.Uiu- t.uly,
('HAS. M, WELD.
larger' transcontinental train- service .
Tbis service may be increased irom
three trains as it is today to live a
day. This will mean that ihere will
be flve trains ca-h way   a day.
At present the Imperial Limited,
tha Toronto Elxpress and the St.l'aul
Express are doing the work. What
the names of the new trains will be
is a question which will probably be
settled U] on at the meeting here the
last of February.
That this additional train service is
peculiary significant as far as Revelstoke Is concerned is conceded by
all C.P.R. officials here. Revelstoke
will be one of the mosi important
railway cities In Canada when this
additional servi-e is supplied. Officials
agree that the new schedules will tit
in very nicely with ihe efforts being
exerted by the C. P R. in tho way
o:' stimulating immigration to Canada
and  the  West.
Schedules for the oriental steamship
traffic   are   already   in   the   hauls      of,
tbe various oflicials In iho We -1 .These .
schedules are made out for 1918    and
are arranged to include the two new
Empresses—Asia and Russia.
That   these  two new lin 'rs will connect  with  San  Francisco Is emphati -
ca:ly denied by railway heads     here
and  the  schedules  bear  out   tho    de -,'
nials.   Mr.  Giorpe     Bury,  vicc-prcsi -'
ib in ol the C.P.R., will not, say the
O.P.R. officials,     make any arrange-I
mints  for  making  San  Francisco     a
port of call  for the two liners.   It i.s
insisted  that   Mr.  Uury  went  by    tho
southern port  for    bis  own     benefit,
anl  as part ol his holiday  trip      to
Ja] an with his family.
BOARD OF TRADE
EXECUTIV
MEET
Discuss Proposed Changes in Timber Regulations.-Wire Provincial and Dominion
Parliaments Regarding Opening Up Railway Belt Lands and Timber Legislation.
A Bpecial meeting of the Executive
of the Hoard of Trade' waa held yesterday afternoon. Tbe meet ing was
in part called to consider the proposed increase oi limber dues aa suggested In certain amendments to the.- land
act. proposed by the Hon. W.R. Ross
minister of land-.. Tho secretary read
a leagthy communication from P-
Lund, managing director of the Crows
Nest Pass Lumber Co., a copy of
whieh waa stat .1 to have been sent to
W.A. Anstie, president oi tbe Mountain Lumbermen's Association at Cal
gary. This communication is too
lengthy for publication in this Issue,
but it deals wi h the difficulties under
which the lumber Industry in the
mountain districts is at present lai.-
orin^. After considerable discussion,
the     meeting Anally   decided to send
the  (ollowing   wire   —
To Kir Rit-hard McBride, Hon. W. R.
Ho-, and     Hoi.   Thomas Taylor,
Victoria:
Revelstoke Board of Trade desire lo
express strong disapproval of any increase being now made in timber royalties or forest  protection fees.  Tira-
bermen are laying an enormous share
of Provincial revenues In -lite of poor
of lumber Misiiie-s and this
Board cannot understand why tbe g0v
ernment r..iw should seek to add to
their burdens, The proposed changes
ruination to tbe lumbermen of
the Interior.
H. H. MeVity,
Secretary Revelstoke Board of Trad;.
The- question of ihe opening up of
ihe government lands aroun 1 Revelstoke was n?xt taken up a-id discussed at length when the meeting dec d-
ed to send ihe fo'.lowin; telegram to
Premier Borden and R.F. Green M.P.
Reveletoke, February 13, 1913.
Right  Hon.  R.  L.  Boi dei. and R   F.
Green, M. P., Ottawa, Ont.
Citizens of Revelstoke are disgusted
at el lay in settlin ; Land Question around here. Th.-1 land lu.s be n Med up
(o years. Cannot something he dona
al once t.i settle this? Maber made
his report months a^o but n t
li ■
H.  If. M-VITf.
Se:i -:a y  Re    '    -.'     Bo ird  ol Tr.  le.
Aft In f  several  oth r  r at-
Iers ol less detail  the in eiing     adjourn d.
LAKES
I
(a.
O.L.
to. Joseph Martin Heud
London, Feb. 13—The wife1 of .Joseph
Martin, M.P. for St. Pancras, London, who has bi.en ill for thc past 2
month-, Iled lo lay al tluir London
icsider.ee from h.-art trouble. Tho remain will be conveyed to Ottawa on
the Prince Proiarich Wilhclm on Hun-
day.
CAPO OF THMK5
Mis. k. Halvoreen and family wisn
to txprtts ibeir heartfelt than to
all those friendl and neighbors who
bave helped so much with assistance
and sympathy during their recent
sail bereavement,
Ladiei Tailored Suits lo Order, lhc
lat • New York h'a hiOM for HVhru
ary are to band, have yonr clothes 111
ted, and get tbe best. We aro now
prepared to fill aU orders for lmiles
Tailored Suits for Kasier.—Cressman
.in-i Company. 2t.
tm Thursday evening tw nty officers
and     members of     th i local Oran te
le..I    ',   .i IC , I td   an   in ■ itation   io   pay
a Iraternal visit to the Arrow Lakes
lodge at Arrowhead, whore they were
right royally entertained by tho brethren of the i.n rhe Rev-
vi iien arrived at Arrowhead
about ! i i. and were met by a delegation ami escorl d to the lodge room
,\ h ire ten tnemb rs ol the lo al lodge
wore advani e.l  to tbe Roya    irch do-
flee.
At midnight the visitors w.:e. (ii<-
guests of lhe Arrowhead brothren to
.i : l mi lil Iui ch< on in the .linin :
room ol Hi- Union hotel, put up by
Uro. V.'.l Ll [h nn-. and Mr-. Light-
ne, and wh ■ b a idy en
joy d i.y the Oran hren
nie- eni.
At  Hi • - onclu Ion ol the Initiatory
-    re-lliOll e- I,       p -cl lin ,1      lillulg-
. I   in,  in which  llro' .  It. v.  H..I.  Mc -
In tyre, Chs i. »F.  in Ima k,     J. H.
\rmslronr, and ll. McKinney,   of tho
Roiolitoko brethren  w<re the  prlncip
al speaker . and who paid tribute to
the   Arrow   l.a'c     Lodge   for   Iti   rapid
advancement  ilnce its Incoption a fow
'months ago, and extended to tbem
the hearty Ibanks of tbo visiters for
the plea aat evening enjoyed by nil
present,     The  Worshipful  Master Bro
Ralph Simpson, of tbe Arrow Lakes
i Lodge, and llro. Itev, Mr. I'liillips, re-
plied on behalf of the local lodge in
which ihey thanked the Revelstoke
brethren for iheir presence and assist
anco,
The meeting was oloied at 1 a.m.
WANTBD—By an exporloncod Scotch
woman, Position as cook, housekeeper on rnnch or faun. Apply to
Mrs.   A.K.   .Ion"S,  General  Delivery,
Revelsloke, n.o.
ALBEtlT G4NV0H NOTES
On Friday afternoon, lith instant,
Ht. Vah ntinc's day, was du y ,
cd in the public school. A program
wa arranged by tho teacher. Miss
ig, consisting of n spelling
mai li. wherein Hilda Sand erg outmatched all other pupils, after a
is struggle. A so.ig i.y the
children In memory of St. Valentine;
a i.-i.'I.m by Bth I Hat liffe, >■ nvey-
Ing an historical sketch of St.
tm . a large hamper of Valentines
wci dl ti bated to ihe children, c m-
veyinj mii ages ot a Valentiniao ord-
■ i     .'.-■■ an ous oration       by
way of comment was delivered
Rev. It.tl. Stewart on the aiternnon's
proceed n - tho nat'onal
anthem "Go I >'a ,-e th • i-
\    oodly     number of visitors were
present.
t'n l-i    hi '      W C.
T.i  . M' - An lerson
Now Zealand, will dliverhrr il-
lustrated lecture i I
tho South     Si ■
weird, w ild, wond 'i tui Ni •■
land, In tl
on Wed
rub.   In add I e,n to   the   1 me
li   111    • ll   ii!
.. ol    a
numbtfi ar    in
tbe     Me.. 11     costumes, Mis
a- being
M'ly   •
an i ...
v. r co
-
i ii lawa, ' i
ii ii  in tha nun
s tii ate ol the < ll lal Fathei . '
e ail .      lhl       III..'11   '
Iho buildin     Sinter Bt. Sin o.i
■ .i'h    Shi a Corn
ell.' toward a Iln        i I    bs    is
.i io h.i■    fa nti d and
unable    • i roa h th- window .    The
ol  ths  lir-  Is  unknown,  ntvl  is
still      Imi uiu •   ler   1,     T   - .     other
inini »  i. ouid by Bremen.
si. Valentine's Da]
passed ofl quietly,    mnny,    however,
.n afid  maiib-v  Who rec. iv-
■ el a Valentin.-   ,.- .     .
i-i    'i'h- Men that Bt, Valentin
with its eiistom of sending valentine*
i.e ft i nd i el', n ■ ..'it, dOSS not appear to hav- any foundation nt the
"Capital  of  Canada's  Alps."
IMMIGRATION
PROSPECTS
ARE GGCD
Montr al,   l-Vh.   13. - - Imn
prospi cl     -ie m    Gr at     Bi I
North rn  Euro         were nevei   b( ' r,
ai'- J, .-'. I1 nnis, assistant   t
.P.R.,  who  sl •   1
tr.- from  London  yesterday.
Th   I.                y ol 'ji
the                    of the i e-:n; .-, 1
grant for the I "a
has   ..                                 ..'ion  of the
nd  Cont :.                 ■ -. "It
iat
':   ta
'.II.-    -d
i mla-
. are
. an ■ is-
.
.nts mu -   ■  _     .
North i a
States."
I      )   '
• .   .. play  ''Cap- *
i. ted  by    '
a
"   Tl known   as    tho   *
• Q      I Bei        , lay.    I'liu
i i
Halcyon,     B. C,   P.
I .... on
i    trm,
..It    I.el    a   n
.    ointod   1
. by th i   .tish
t.i  ma .i     ar-
ol
I       II   y    lo       ill ■       p. lelt e    oxpe ■■ i
n   WOI    li •  .
to li ' op, Mi. :.
Mt fi d Bun lay moi ning
Mi ome ovei    (rom
'   a'   the
hot<'.      rin .      .    of hei     -ter
ti   Baa  Finn iscn.
Arrival!    I West,    Ho   lau.i:
Bzavier    Crave.,    Rossland;     Carrie
Orabam, Calgai -   B   Rat UII .  \\ 'crt
i 'anyon d Porks;
ll. K. Stover  .ii. Nelson; Mis. Thom<
a«, cl.n'e i. Larkin,     Harry
Ro    and. PAGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD.REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913
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List Your Property With Us
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RESIDENCES,    BUILDING LOTS
AND FARM LANDS
The Revelstoke Ganera! Agencies, Ltd.
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vided, the reason in that ease being
that linos were very expensive to con
struct and maintain.
Figures prepared by Mr. Camp show
ed the cost of the handling of messages at St. John, Montreal, Toronto,
Winnipeg, Calvary and Vancouver.
His justification of the extra charge
of 15 csnts per message for delivery in
certainnarts of Winnipeg, and Van -
couver was that this sum was paid
to the individual messengers in addi-
lion to their regular fee for carrying
the message. The hearing will be continued  tomorrow.
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I JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
•TV-'
This bsintr the last week of our January Sale, we are going to make a 'clean
sweep of all odd lines.   Price reduced to a fraction of original cost.
MEN'S PRINT SHIRTS.
Reg. $1 to $1.50. Sizes,
15J to 17 only	
SALE PRICE, 50c. Each
MINERS SAY
NATIONALISE
COAL MINES
i
London. Feb. 11—The Miners' Feder
- on of  Gi-eat  Britain has     declared
by a majority of 65,000 in a tola' vote
oi 232,000 in favor of a live-day working week for minors.     The' executive
committee, however, bas adopted a resolution saying thai   the majority    is
not larire enough for any action to be
aken and that ihere     must therefore
•  an    - !  vot'.
J. Keir Hardie has stated that with
in a few months tbe I.alo- party, in
conjunction with the Miners' Federation, wl 1 begin a great, campaign for
th- nationalization o.' mine's. He says
that a bill to accomplish this i.= now
being drawn and will -< on I.e pre-
"1 In parliament. According to
the terms of thee Dm liJC mines are to
pa id for with governm nt stock, a
-inkin--- inl being provided to redeem
•h' -tock within a given period.
Th- mi.ies would not be bought on
the 6to k exchange quotations. That
would mean that they would cost nt
a t •:'■ . '• . but another way oi
seuina- a pri e would be ndopted by
whieh 'he cosl to the (.■overnineni
woul.: « i du ed to noi more than
1375,000, 00.
I! thi  im r. ? wer   nationalized,    Mr.
Hardie .1 coal     would he sold
at a fixed pre ci- g    ;.,.. age   -tamps
are at pn nd the i ost of   coal
to the con-tun. r would probably    not
■x •■■.'. he :' ol what was now    lin
ing pai !.
By ih- plan under consideration, ihe
 would not be controlled by     a
ma:.-. by the government
man iged  oi  much   the
the    national railways
ir. F'an Every time there was   a
I   ' ol workmen, ap-
'•   tb       ■ rkmen  Irom    their
-.  should     meet to corsider
n 1  the decision  of  that
■.-I'm ! upon th';
• workmen.
or plan hereunto annexed and colored
rod and numbered lot 820, group 1, on
ih.' official plan."
The government declares that the
grant was only for the part of the
tract marked in red on tho map whieh
exclud s lakes and rivers included in
lot 820, the streams, etc., being marked  in  blue.
Set On Fire
London, Feb. 13—The refreshment
hall in Regent's Park, London, was
burned down today by militant suffragettes, The women left no clue to
their identity, but on an adjoining
path the words "Voles for Women,"
were found scratched in thc gravel.
The building was of considerable size.
Baskets smelling strongly of petroleum wer.' lound in the shrubbery nearby.
HEAVY RIBBED Underwear. Reg. 75;. per garment	
JANUARY  CLEARANCE
35c. per Garment
M1C.VS  SWEATER   COATS
Regular $5 to $ti	
JAN. CLEARANCE $3.50
ODD LINES men's Underwear, heavy ribbed,
includ'g Stanfield Tiger
Brand __ ._	
JANUARY CLEARANCE
90c. per Garment
BLACK AND KHAKI colored Mackinaw Coats, best
makes.    Reg. $6	
JANUARY   CLEARANCE
$4.00
MPJM'S SHIRTS, collars attached
cream ground, fancy stripes, 14- "i
tol6i	
JANUARY CLEARANCE, 50c
Mii\'S HIUVY GRBY Union
Flannel Shirts, collars attached.
Reg.   $1.25	
JANUARY CLEARANCE, 90c.
MI{N'SSUITS, Tweeds, etc. Reg.
$20 and $22.50 	
JAN.  CLEA1A1CE, $14.50
E    HOWSON
fc    BLOCK
MACKENZIE
AVENUE
C. S. M°FARLAND
fiuMfutmuiUiii.UiiiiiUiUtuuiUitmuuuuiiuuiM\UMii
1 Ladies Tailored Knits to Order, the
latest New York Fashions for February are to hand, have your clothes fit
ted, and get the lest. We are now
prerand to fill all orders for Ladies
Tailored  Suits  for  Easter.—Cressman
! and Company. 2t.
NOTICE
CAPT. RACKET"
INVOLVES
KOOTENAY
The play to be presented by the
Amateur Dramatic Club in the Empress theatre on February 20th, is one
of the funniest farce-comedies ever iml
agined. Those wbo saw "Whose Baby
are You" presented by the Allan Players during their la-t engagement here
need only be told that "Captain Racket" is: a similar comedy by the same
author,  and  quite  as  funny.
Old Uncle Obadiah Dawson falls in
love with a young lady's photograph,
and proposes marriage. Being a cau-
llous old chap, he sends his nephew,
Captain Robert Racket, to investigate
with the result that th" handsome
Captain capitulates at sight of the
lovely lady. Clarice Halnoy, anl marries her off bnnd. To square himself
he writes back a description of Clarice
whieh makes the old gentleman think
h.ms. If lucky to have escap.-d ami
leaves hastily for Japan. The first
ac describes uncle's unexpected return wh.n Capta'n Racket and hi-
pr.'iiy bride are vi-iting Timothy Tal-
maii an.l bis Tartar oi a wife. Bob's
vain attempts to keep on-deceiving
uncle Obadiah lead to many ridiculous    situations.
The  ■ a-t'  is as  follows:
Captain Racket, of lho National 	
Guard  W. J. Erown
Obadiah Haw-on, bia uncle from	
Japan  W.A.  Sturdy
Timothy Talman, his friend who	
married lor money Mr. H. Morgan
Mr. Dalnroy, his father-in.law 	
  Mr. B. A. Lawson
Ho'ison. a waiter   t has Procunier
'he Captain's pretty 	
wil l   Mi-s   Frances    ,
Mrs. Tolman. „ lady with n te
 Mrs    W.   A
vniis maid  	
  Mm    M   M
b the music.
There will be another dance held at
Malakwa on February 21st, 1913. The
music will be furnished by the Revelstoke Orchestra.
A GRATEFUL
OOPLE
LAND TITLE WHY KDQTEJAV
PJY5 hIGH Rli 15
'■ Mr.
-'  - ■ tings     i
rbe    tn,uii
I will a ' i che
•
v the rail *
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tt
:..)..:..    K.I I in--
ect by el i
■
Nova Scotia Man and Wife Both
Benefited  By GIN PILLS
I' ST h o w iu u c h
difference GIN
I'lI.I.S can make in
the bome lilt run be
guessed from Ce
letter below. Where
formerly both
husband and wife
were i'l more or less
constant misery with
backache, they nre
now delighted to be
almost free of the old
trouble.
Lyons Ilrook, N.S.
"You are perfectly
free to use my name
in any way tu benefit
GIN l'iLI.S, for they deserve the highest pr iise. Mv back has never troubled
llie Eince taking t'.lN I'll.LS, and my
v i e feels inn h belter after taking GIN
PILLS for her back. : he thinks GIN
i'lLI.S will make a complete cure."
JAMES L- NAUSS.
Why shouldn't yuu or any of your
friends who may be suffering with
llackache, Rheumatism, Lumbago,
Sciatica, Weak or Strained Kidneys,
Iluniing or Scalding Urine, Painful
Urination or frequent colds in the
Kidneys an.l Bladder, get the same
relief that so quickly came to the Nauss
home  when  thev  started to use  GIN
PILLS?
Remember vou buy GIN PILLS on
- ur -tm ling guarantee that they will
cure or •   ar money will !« promptly
-oc.   a   box,   6  for  $2 S".
! writ.- National Drug
ical Co. of Canada, Limited,
:to. 151
•Your
dealer pays
more for this
iloiir-thaii for
Si% other, but
Xx&s satisfied
• .nted by th5
i t
The main |
la-
. in the grant concerned.
On b*hn!' i ' ffilliai    II
a-;-.   K C    v*      |        .:   .. -
Utlu it rlater for    hii T!'"   "•■■•
Clint • • .   ■ fai    a by-prod        It was
.      .   , , .. Ion  With that of
•   -.   win h ■'
d by tbe   rown    io   the
;; . of ''"""''    ,h
,   Ian I -iit.-idy i
- known at     I  180, group     u    J   Camp, a   I tant  manager ol
l. Ko                     • Wence
•    wa   refueed ■"•'■   ,f'"r PT'nB <<'■ ■'    ,h"
on the cround. it is stated, that "tbo Jtneral administration ol the commei
map ant it   i lead must < ■>'• tetagraph I  en   Ion
lea • u'.y  that the "'   '■''"
bedl  and  lol     ol  tb" lnk.'H  nwl  'iver.       "" explained hi    reason for ir.iitlng
aie exrlndi-d,'' '   mft"  /0n" r,r section along the line!
For the government, whi h it li iin-'"om Budbury to .Sault BU.     Marie
deretood will fight the .a«e to the last Mts»fs  from thl   territory to point*
ditch.  Fre!  C   Moffntt  is expect.-d  to «" ltl" ,mi'n lln'' l0"« W ' "I Budbury
banc  hi-   argument   largely  upon     the ''"'  charged  (or  at   'he rate0< GOcenU
wording of th« ci own grant which con altbOUgbthl  mil-ape    |i     nol    largo.'
v„yB-                                                           | Th.-w>  meflsagoii  are  relayed   to  Hud-1
"All   that parcel   or lot   of  land  sit- '"jry and tn format day- It wns noOM
uated in the Kootenay dlltrict Raid to '•T '" I'ny railway     operators thero1
contain  11.290 acre* more orle-« and, •ommi«mon».     The   Kootonay  district
more partkularlydenrrifvcd on the mnp in Initi h Columbia wae similarly di-
to do
so in order -
to sell you
the best-
PURITV
FLOUR
More Bread
and Better
'    Bread
Sold by A. HOBSON,
KKVFLSTOKK
Revelstoke Land Ditrict.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Robert Arther
Mossman of Nakusp, D. C, occupation Medical Practitioner, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following  described   land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N. W. Corner of Lot 9323
Thence West 40 chains thence South
40 chains tbence East 40 chains
thence North 30 chains to the point
of commencement and containg 160
acres more or less.
Dated November 30th 1912
Robert  Arther   Mossman.
1st issue Dec.  14th
Limil)
irniDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F,   B.   WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable size and make ol
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a mosl
extensive stock of Ncckiies of every shade and
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of simples
for our Spring Clothing Order Dep.irtmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, I'ants, Sox, Shirts
Plankets ami everything
reonired in vour tiiisineB*.
Fruit  Lands
FOR SALE
CJulena F>ay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acrt* or en bloc. Corres-
p nder.re invited.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
Buy Real Estate in lievelstoke
YOU CANNOT BE.AT THIS
These  lots  are 4-10 of   an acre and arc beautifully situated in
the west end.
Tli2  pric\  $30), mains   tint you are BOU.^I) lo inVce money
on them.
The term; are so eisy th it you cm pay   lor  tbem   without   any
trouble.
THE    KOOTENAY   AGENCIES,    LIMITED
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
In Men's Furnishing Department
Ribbars, Sox, T.vaed Pants, Heavy Top Shirts,
etc., reduced to cost. ....
John Mclntyre & Son
Telephone No. 93
First Street.
..Swift's Specialties..
PREMIUM HAMS
PREMIUM   BACON
BRD3KFIELD   BUTTER
BROOKFIELD   EGGS
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh yon witli its bright, spicy
flavor and fragrancy. Sobl in 1 lb.
I rail pnekages.
Price, 35c.. 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
g. wTbell
V. O   Box 208
GROCER & BAKER Phona No. 2S BATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREE!
WE HAVE FAITH IN *
REVELSTOKE
The Capital of Canada's Alps
MR. lNVESTOR.-D0you know that Property
Values are lower in Revelstoke than in any
town in Western Canada! They will not remain
so long, so get in now before the rise.
WE CAN OFFER
103 Feet on 8th Street at $1200 Terms
Modern House, Fourth Street at $ 1200    "
50 Feet on McKenzie Avenue A Snap
Modern House wiih 75 Feet Frontage, McKenzie Ave.$3600
A Good Assortment of West Fnd Property at $300 Per Fot and Up
J. I Watson Realty Co.
R. R. COLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
DEWS   DRIG   STORE
Special value in a  II11 Witer  r<ule.   A  2   cvut Red   Rillrr
guaranteed bottle... _ -   _    ?1-'S
Cliamoisand ltd Felt ( Lett Ftettctcre, Bath      J1.50
Rexall Cherry Ccuili Cure  36c.., S0c.,?l.C0
Kexall Wine cr Ccd Liver Oil Jtl.OO
Rtsnll   Hi] r I l.ci j 1 itti—(ll e   I c s-t   ten ic   we ran  reccttiircrd)
Rexall Beef, Inn and Wine  $1.00
All Koa'l I n i riatii n gteianteee to ghe satiefacticn rr  ve will
return \cnr monet'.
bews THE EEXALL STORE bew;
Sweater Coats
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SIZES
A nice assortment to choose from. Warm and
comfortable for Early Spring Wear. Prices
reasonable. f
FIRST STREET
HLWCQMBE PIANOS ard PLAYERS
EVER POPULAR!   ALWAYS LEADING!
Wc have the medals which count.
C:ill iii and see our instruments.
Over li 1100 now in Canadian homes.
Made to stand all climatic changes.
Belcre thc public for half a century.
Every home should have a NEWCOMBE PIANO.
Pre-eminent for quality of workmanship.
Inimitable class.    Ideal construction.
Artistic designs.    Perfect finish.
Never suffers by any comparison.
Only one class made- The Hest,
Second to none -A NHWCOMBE.
THE NEWCOMBE PIANO CO., LTD.    -   McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.    Phone 2G2
Head Office and Factory, Toronto, Ontario
CONSTRUCTION
OF SHIPS
salaries were not what tbey are today, hut oven then can you imagine
expenses at any lower rate?
London, Feb. lO^ln the matter of
ship construction Great Britain established a world's record in 1912, ae-
cording to the statistical report issued hy Lloyds. On Dec. 31, 1,-
970.650 tons of merchant shipping
along was built, and this was 451,01)0
tons more than on the corresponding
day of 1911. The output by Great
Britain during the year in fast, was
moro than the entire production of
all other nations combined.
The United Kingdom percentage of
mere -bant vessels launched was 68 in
1911, ami GO in 1902.
The world's output is the largest
ever known and in foreign shipyards
a record was established by the
launching of 317,000 tons of merchant vessels in excess of tonnage,
put into thc water in thc next best I
year, 1911.
The largest foreign individual in-
■ reases for the year are:— United
Stales 68 per cent; Germany 50 per
cent, and Italy 40 per rent.
The total output of sailing vessels
in 1912 in ihe whole world wa" only
105,901 tons, but excluding barges,
lighters and similar crafts, the gross
tonnage of sea-going sailing vessels
laum-hrd in 1912 doss not exceed
25.0CO.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It innkra no illlTorciK'o what jou Uiairo ou
pliiiiiliiK litis tee'iisun—we cun supply you,
uiul wllh tlio finest quality of nureciy stock
ever grown.
All trees, plnnts, vines, berries, shrub:.,
evergreens, roses, etc., s.ilil by un uro gunr-
U-cd
TRUE! TO  NAME]
It wlll pay jrou  te. got  In  touch with us.
„   KVKItY PLANTER NEED8 Ol.'lt BOOK-
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
£k   WHAT TO  PLANT" v
32 PAGES, lO^CSTAMPi)
Valley
URSERIESIt*
RICHARD MSCOMBaGENlMCR
BOX.A.ALDERGROVE.B.C.
P081IC OWKEKKIP
OF 'PHONES OUGED
The Provincial Government has been
asked recently Uy representatives of the
farmers lo adoit a policy of Government
owned telephones in tin's province, and
in reply ihe Premier acknowledged the
importance of the subject proposed and
asked that its advocites prepare a mem-
nrial, setting foith their views winch he
promised w< uld 1 e gl\cn the mo t careful consideration of Ihe Government dur
ir.R thecomii.g recess.
While thepropos.il was brought befue
the Royal Commissi n, now investigating agricultural conditions in li. •'., the
farmers interes'ed deemed ir advisable,
with the view of saving time, t'> bring
the matter to the direct attenti in of the
Government at the present time, a id
Mr. J C. Hani';, of New Denver, anil
Mr. J. T. Lawrence, of Grand Porks were
delegated to set forth tb • urgent need
of such a new policy. It was pointed
out that, although co-operative and the
independent telephone com pan ies were
doing their best io give an i iTicient service, they found frequent difficulties in
securing connections with the 1!. C.
Telephone Company, with Ihe result
that serious losses were suffered lev shipper-, of peiisliable iroducts, The success ' I the Government telephone system in Saskaechewau and Alberta was
pointed to as a pr. oi that such a system
would be of great benefit in i ;s p,0.
vince, especially in the fruil ),: ing
di stlftl.
SALE OF CROWN TIMBER.
L.E.GRIFFITHS
Grain end Feed
Office :
Cuirmirgs Transfer Co y
Second  Street
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Minister ol Lands not later than
noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913,
for the purchase of licenses Nos. XI,
X2, to cut timber estimated at 1,-
720,000 feet, 520,OCO leet, and 310,000
feet B-M- respectively, together with
8,000 railway ties and poles from
Crown land adjoining Adams Lake,
Kamloops District.
Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria, B.C. 1st iss. N.30 3m.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
G. W. HALL,
Manager
Chicken Dinner Ior Iwo Cents
If you had lived 500 years ago you
might not have been earning just
what you are today, but think ofthe
difference in the cost of living!
In England live or six centuries
ago, you could hape purchased (or
your Sunday dinuer a pair of tho
nic-si -iirin^ chickens for two cents.
Or, ii it was around Thanksgiving or
Christmas time' and you wanted to
celebrate and be especially extravagant, you could have picked out for
yourself the choicest goo-si; in tho
market for seven cents.
On nn allowance of Sl, a man, If
bis wifo were the least bit prudent,
mightplan t.. i n bl enl ire hou a -
bold for u month, raying the rent and
I thc jroci i ,Miiel the I- ti bei esldes
Of course, reni were nol what <h"y
are no..a ta) .     Pi.e dollars ,-t   year
I wo i   i  ,.'  ,,  ;,u,i-       hoio
I man I- i. and an oi dinar; little homo
could be bad for al I 50 cents q year
or a little ovei   i    nta a month.
le' a will wanted to be parti ularly
economical she could buy a sheep, u
fat  "ii .  foi   25 cent*. Then aha could
I   !
NOTICE,
In the County Court of West Kootenay
holden at   Revelsloke-, B.  t'., In the
i( liaWor.of the    '-Plans Cancellation
1   Act."
And
In the mntter of the Application of
Richard II. Sawyer, to cancel portion of Plan 636 Wed in thn Land
, Registry Offloe nt the City of Nelson, B. 0.
Notico Im hereby ^iven that a Mo -
tion will be made before hln Honor
Judge Forlh nt the Court Houso In
the Oity ol Revolslokc, on Wednesday
tho 12th March 1918, at  the hour    of
10.30 o'clock, In the lorenoon or so
soon thereafter as Counsel can bc
heard for an Ord.>r that Plan C3C of
the City of Revelstoke in so far as it
affe I Block 14 be cancelled and annulled and an amended plan now filed
in the Court House in the City of
Reve'l-toke and a proved ley the Coun
eil of th" Oity of Revelstoke be sub-
•-tituteil  therefore.
Dated at  Revelstoke,  B.  C,  this 20
January, A.P., 1913.
C. E. CJILLAN.
Solicitor for thc Applicant.
Approved, W.B   MoLanchlln, Deputy
Registrar. 1st iss Jnn 29 lm.
divide it up and soil it around to her
neighbors at abom three cent a
pound and then keep enough fnr her-
aell al a cons deral le gain. A cow
was more repent ive, ns you could nol
get n ie , . good on-- fur less than
11.50.
Rut think ..I' Egg . fre b country
oggs, for i; eents „ dozen, while if
you bought youi bread by the loaf
you paid les than a tenth of it cont
for n generous alwd bmf. Beer wns
li ap, too, selling le>- tho gallon, a
penny n gallon, while a single glass
at out ihe fiftieth of n cent.
He a w.ren't much nt a luxury,
about BO Ci ms. and if ymi had
no barn to keep It in you Could rent
one for about in cents ayear,
Of cojrsc, we wiil have to own that
Coal mining rights of the Domiuion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
lierta. the Yukon Territory, the
Morth-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Col-
imtiia, may be leased lor a term of
twenty-one years at an annual rental of Sl an acre. Not more than
i,5G0 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
•iy the applicant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
-,n which the rights applied for are
altuated.
The lease will include the coal mia-
ing rights only, but the Iesseo may
'it permitted to purcbase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for tbe working ot
the niuu' at tho rate ol $10.00 aa
acre.
In surveyed territory the laud must
be described by sections, or legal
sub divisions ot sections, and in un-
Biirveyed territory tbe tract appliod
fnr shall bo staked out 'iy the ap -
plicant  himself.
Each appllcart must bo accompanied hy a fee ol $5 which will be refunded if the rights m plied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tho merchantable output ol tho mine at the
rato ol live cents per  ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish tbe Agent with sworn returns
accounting fnr the lull quantity of
merchantable COal  mined  nml  pay the
royalty thereon.   If the c<mi  mining
riathtH aro not being operated, sucb
returns should ba furnished at loust
once a year.
For full Information application
should he mudo to tho Secretary of
tlio Department of tbo Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
nt Dominion LandB.
W.  W.  CORY,
NOTICE
Revelstoko Land District.
District of Wost  Kootenay.
Take notico that I, Samuel Jamos
Harlow, occupation, Farmer, intends
to apply Ior permission to purchase
tho following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted nl
the North West Corner ol Lot 9323,
thencp weat 40 cbains, thenco south
40 chains. thence cast 40 chains,
thence north 40 chnins to point of
commencement and containing 1 f.O
acreB more.or less.
Dated  October  20th,   1012.
S AMUEL   JAMES   HARLOW.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
HOWSON BLOCK
To  Clean the  Soot from
Stove Pipes and Chimney
Use
"Imp" Snot
Destroyer
15c. Package
for one Week
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
OOOO Q- OO-O OO-O
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SPECIAL SALE OF SHIRTS \
See our window display and  note 0
the wonderful assortment of Shirts 9
we are offering at   9
90c.
They are the Regular $1.50. $1.75 and $2 Kind
5     McRae Mercantile Co.     %
A The Revelstoke Home of Society Brand Clothes T
Y and U.S. Peter's Overal - O
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<j> Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otflco-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed            - 6.000,000.00 9
Capital Paid Up              -      - 6,620,00^.00 $J
Reserve       .... 6,620,000.00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,0C0,C0O.C0
Brand en or Apt nts al all priri ipa' pi Inl* in 'Canada.
Agents ir. Great Britain and I'nited Staiei-'l i ndi n, England,
Lloyds Rank, Limited. Chicago—Fiist Natters! Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seat tli National Pm U. San Fiar-
cii-co—Wills Fargo Nevada National fc; Lit. b|i.kaiii- 1 x. hange
National Bink.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, rerpivnd, and Interest alii wod at
current rata from data of deposit.   Correspond*!  esolldteA
Revelstoke Branch—A. E.'i'c-kr.c^ian, Ver.
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DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
Vases, Bowls. Comports,        %
Manufactured by "Libby" \
BE NOT DECEIVED
 \
J". G-TJ~2" BAEBEE \
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR J
WATCH THE MAIL HERALD ADS TAGE  FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURPAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913
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No matter whether it is a high grado Razor made of the very finest  Sheffield  Steel, wiih Fancy Handle or the latest  Safety  Razor, we
•   Whn you want ,i reliable,   absolutely    guaranteed     Razor—
l t iME  HERE.
I:     'i      ! i-'eei', i.i, la Bpec-
sold ii! tier guaianl a
i
Carbo Magn tic Razors, tho old s
r liable,   $2.25;  also th>  choica of "'
i he lielda   besl   1 randa  from  $1.00 I
up,   Bolters Clause an 1 oth ira.
possess a peculiar interest to British
Columbians because ol tbe visit ol
Lady Franklin here years ago, when
she was maving her courageous efforts to secure some traces of her lost
hero husband. She came thon to this
province and spent some time here
while endeavoring to ascertain how
far relief operations might be carried
from this western base, with reason-
able chances of success. The fate of
Captain Scott brings back to uo the
awful end of Sir John Franklin, and
his scores of companions while en-
: ;i .! in, exploration research in the
vrctic  wildernesst
"When the history of Arctie- and
Antarctic discovery eo:nes lo be written up, Uie record of Scolt and his
in u will stand out ns exemplifying
the highest sense of duly to seier.ee lo
I nowledgc and lo King and country's
faille.''
r
SEXES WAR
ON
TREETS
II   I S Eaa La    I   Vr
SAFKTY   RAZORS
twen'y styles to choose from, and al  prices to suit nny ]'0c'.;et  j
!' 1"  cent    to $7.50,     Gillette, Auto     Strap,     Gem,    Kvery-'. eady
. Yankee, Aruol I, End r and many others.
OF
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ALL \V( RK FULLY GUARANTF.] D
BEVBl -.■•«■     i.    o
JtUciiot li>U'.Mi-.. ii.\,«. Coinpaujj.
L;:n: od
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R ■ I.i ii   Q.   S   Ke'T, N,   Editor.
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Loca. R .. I ng Noi ic - an 1 Business
. 'h insertion.
■ I ai -'■ 25 m
11 - .   ■.,.:.,    25 cents por
on, Bingle colun n.
LEG U. AND OFF1C1 W.
ADVERTISING.
London,     Feb,  13—Mrs,    Emmallno
I an hurst    tho     mili'ant   sufiragetto
leader,  and  s-ome  other  women  were
mobbed at  Croydon wh n they arrived there for a meeting last night by a
crowd  whoe  mail  had  been  dama e.i
I by iii' suffragettes, The women   were
.    a ed from rough treatmeni    by
i ic ....j ort une arri ial of th i y iltc .
I ii.: litl s    were  resumed  after tho
in    and awin*ow in Mr.-.  Pank-
t's automobile   was smashed.
'.h'  women      were ro tghly   bandied
| hy   ihe ciotvd,  who  fought   the'  police
in   their end arors  to get  revenge tor
I ul.'s,  ilie time is opportune to again   aamage to their mail.
take  up   the      provision  of a daylight
run between Calvary and Revelstoke,
, wiili a view  lo allowing     tho    tl-.ou--
nnds of tourists who during the sea-
- in pass over the mountain*,   an op-
I ortunl v  io see the magnificent seen
nv oi the Rockies at iie- best. Douht-
this [(attire has not been overlooked wlen the schedule was framed,
but   th'  Progress < lul. might be well
alvls.,1 to  take   he matter up again.
Any chan a to put before the Railway   a  thoritics,      our  claims  as     a
i iurist and holiday oentre, should not
i missed and there would be no pos-
'.   ol   doing  any  harm  by     em-
NEW GOODS
Ladies' Spring Suits
A Stylish Suit, black and white check,
Size 3(3	
Price, $18.00
Ladies' Spring Suits
Black Navy   Suit  with   Brazil   Trimmings 	
Price, $40
Navy Blue Serge Suit,  Plain Tailored
Effects	
A Smart Suit, Navy blue berge, with
Price, $19.00
Price, $22.50
American Wash Dresses
Bought direct from   our   Best  Manufacturers in  ihe   United   States.    All
Price, $2.00 Each
Grey   Tweed   Suit,    Plain    Tailored
effect.    Size ,',4	
Price, $18.50
v*„
SYMPATHY TO
I'.'.y.ii-   this   suggestion   in a suitabl
■■ "n'   ■"■'■'• a,so   letter to the C.P.R, officials.
G   rem and Municipal Notices 12 	
cent- per I'm    first   insertion    anl     3
c» tr - i•■ ■  i • ■ ,u nl    insertions,
io th" ineh.
:   Liquor Liccns.'    •;."..
for Transfer of  li [uor
L:c-r.
•'on Noli c-,   up   to
100 words. $7.50,  ovei 1 '"O words     in
•ion.
\      .   ':   : I rertisitlg  not
re to be •barged     %.
'. '    I  wit b   n an.i,'  I    eell
I ior..
EDUCATIONAL OFFER.
Th.' Canadian Courier, Toronto, will
Bend fourteen young ladies to eollege
and len in Europe, to bo selected
from all over Canada. Any young
|ady Bixte n veins of age or over, of
rood character, is eligible. Kor particulars, address E. B. Becord, liox
267,  Canadian Courier, Toronto.     2t
CANADA'S BEST
; tv,    1'e-f-■>■■
1/iDC      C/ViTT  ' ■ Dur
IVIKo. MA) I I
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in ik     the NEWl OMBE distinctly
Let us sh ,\v %.,n ,, :r exclusive •
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NEVWOMBF.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY
1
1913    i
1
Feb.    12.  — I mm ■
10 taking up     the business     of
th ■ day in the Lesgislatui
afternoon,  Sir Richard McBrid
• •.I.  s.' e.n.ie 1   I.y  Mr.  Pai ker  \\
member 'en- Newcastle, a re-olution ex
—— t tending th hy oi the    li   . .   •■
ne people ot British
Mrs. Bcott, wife .el I
S ott,  «ho lost  b a life   ■■■■    b
arctic,   and   news  of   '
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriv-
ingr.    Orders will  have
prompt attention.
Order at Kootenay Agencies
McKenzie Avcue
A. Davidson, PH$E
jc>a^Mtisma-j,i/'axaBiaK!SscKsw^ni^
POULT1IY  SPIXIAI/IIKS
While Bfig i are n good demand, and the price high, is the time to
try some of mir egg producers, such as Crushed Hones, Oyster Shell,
('.iit, Beef Scrap, Alfalfa Meal, Grains of ail kin,Is, including
Wheat, Barley, Oats, Corn.
OUR    FEED   STOCK   is   also  complete   with
Shorts, (til i'.il e, Linseed Meal, etc.
Hay,     Hran,
AGENTS   FOR   PURITY    FLOUR   We
ten Purity Flour.   (More Bread ami Bettei  Bread).
Tel. 41
A   HOBSON
are   sjle    agents
Box 71
cr
OUR  PLAYER PIANOS
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came dnown to the
st Me nday, and to   ••■
Th'' I                                 ..... ...,y Co:n-(t: perished S I
amount ader.
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The     . by   Mr.   K
W.  Pe*.:r-, vi -e-iresident of tb    C.P.
Ry.. -o th" cf.tt' it tian--
ihe  coming
■ami . . - ol
 r    ten
tia Di in tween   ih.-    Kastern
r, B. tuoiigh
i. . tlmation ti.nr.
tha time        d ai    when 'b"   double
tra kin» will
Meanwbtl . thc Company are plan-
n.ne 'li-.r lummer ra«sengci er.i e
<n generoU' lin"-'. anl tbe residents ot
the Cai'ital ol (una las Alps, with
ten through main lin. trains per day
. • be able to make good
thWr boa«ts that Revelstoke poBseosei
the l.e-t iram lerrlre oi any city in
ih" mt'iini  of  Uritish Columbia-
In'ludm? ih" Airowhead line, the
number of passenger trains making
regular itopi here, will average 12
every  tw>-nty-foiir  hours,   ,n  nnd  out.
Now thai the C.P.R. are putting tho
finishing touches on iheir train «ched-
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The Newcombe Piano Co.
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Phone. 262
W.   PARRY
Puys aud sells everything. (New
and Second-hand.)
Household Bales a specially.
Conducted anywhere.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Auctioneer and Valuer
REVBIaSTOKB. D <'.
HAY
i' ■. 11•-*i yon
I Greei   Oat  Haj .it
ind   N'e.    1     e
I   I   'l.H .
S. L. LEE
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First Street, Revelstoke, Tel.  No. 22
Choice Groceries,   Fruit,   Vegetables
Hay, Feed and Poultry Supplies
Heating Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Hardware and  Sporting Goods
te.
We are offering good discounts off all Crockery,
Glass and Silverware during month of January.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders
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.JACK   JOHNSON v«. JIM FLYNN
It Roundl and LeOtUre by O. V. Woody. I'lynriH Hi'C.ond
,M,so GREAT ENGLISH PANTOMIME "IHMITY DUMPTY"
Broprtll ThMtNi Saturday, IVhruaiy 151 h
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TSHORTHAND
IYPEWRITING
Individual innii en i Ion ley ki sd
• Heel feel |||.'I   1.-.|C   ln'C < if S|l| 1 ,| 1
haw iiuxiie-              . ■. \ en
eou
111 y and Ei eniiiK Hesslom,
Nighl M hool,   Ilin'"   niKlilN    a
wi.i'k, $'! 00 pei month.
I' ihlli   itanographyilone,
P. 0. BOX 356
CITY
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NOTICE
0. Company lOJnd, Reg. R. M. R., beg to announce that they will hold
regulai dances In lhe Drill Hull on the 2nd. and 4th. Friday evening
..I each month. Dates will !»• as follows:
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th.    "   28th.    "
March 14th.        "   28th.    "
April 11th. u   25th.    "
Tbt besl "f trciitiniNit guaranteed. Music by City Rami. Wc solicit your
uatronage
R. M. R. Dance Committee
C. H. Brock, Chairman.
WINDSOR   CAFE  AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, makeymf headquarter* here.    Quick service.   Perfect Cleanliness
and Rrssonaldr Prices.    Give Us a Trial.     "U'e Never Sleep."
A. Ci. TIIIAKISON,      -       Manager SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVH*
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During February There
Wi.i be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Me's Department Ota
C. A /f ume $ Co., limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During February.
Look at Price Tickets.
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Sill Shirtwaists
Thai Will Please
New Messaline Silks in Tans, Browns,
/ru'\       Blues, Greys, Black and Navy.     All at
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' $3 90
Scoick Ginghams
1500 Yards of Scotch Ginghams, 28 and 30
inches wide, on sale Monday, Feb. 17th,
1913. These Good Washing, Hard Wearing, Reliable Old Country Cotton Goods are
all new. The colors are clear and fresh as
the Spring Flowers. A look at them in the
window will do you good after the sombre
colors of Winter. Get your share, Monday—
2k. Per Yard
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A Big tasartaiMt of Lices
'l^etfcfc^l
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We are making a clean-up on a lot and have selected
two tables full-   One at per yard 5c. and the other 10c.
NEW LACES
The New Laces are coming along these days. Never
were more dainty. All the new effects of shadow and
punch work are shown and wc never had such a range
of prices, from	
5c. to $3.00 Fer Yard
>!
en's Furnishing Department
Overcoats
We have still a limited number of those 20th Century
Brand Overcoats on sale, and while they last, our prices
will continue to make them snaps. The greatest amount
of style, combined with the most solid comfort and
wear, make them exactly what is needed.
GRAY AND BLACK CLOTHS-Velvet Collars, dressy
and serviceable,    SALE PRICE $15.00
HEAVY ULSTERS—Browns and grays.     Three way
convertible collar.   SALE PRICE $17.00
RAGLANS—Grey  or    Browns;   single    or    double-
breasted. SALE   PRICE-S19.00
Hat Bargains
Any man can afford a new hat at this
price. Christy's Soft and Stiff Hats
in a variety of colors and shapes. All
sizes; the remnants of this season's
lines.   Good fitters and good lookers.
Sale Price, $1.35 Each
Sweater Coats
All  the   Remains of  this Season's Stock Must Go.
Boy's and Youths' sizes in a variety of colors	
SALE PRICE 85 Cents Each
Boy's and Small Men's Coats.   Greys and Browns	
SALE PRICE $1.25 Each
Felt Slipper Bargains
The balance of our Felt Slipper Stock must go. All
the lines are broken and we are giving you the last
chance of the season at exceptional prices.
MISSES' AND WOMEN'S FELT SLIPPERS.-Sale
Price 60c. Per Pair
CHILDREN'S FELT SLIPPERS.—All kinds	
Per Pair 30c.
Our^ Grocery and Crockery" Department
Large Assortment of Pickles
Fresh arrival of New Goods direct from England
GROSSE & BLACKWELL'S
Mixed Pints     35c
Chow Chow     35c
Onions     35c
Girkins     35c
Cross and Blackwells Indian Mangoe Chutney
Quarts 83c
SOMETHING NEW
Fancy Sweet per bottle ... A     40c
Stephen's Gloucester Pickles
Sweet Mixed half pints 20c
"       40c
Sweet Spiced Girkins pints  40c
Sour Mixed, pints  25c
30 oz  40c
Chow Chow pints  25c
Gold Medal    Whiteonions  35c
JUST PLACED INTO STOCK
C & B Celebrated Spanish Queen Olives half pints 40, pints, 75c
C ik B Junket Powder, bottle  15c
"Bovril   for a Cold Weather Drink
The right thing for " Zero Weather." Have it in the House
Served Hot. It Prevents Colds. We have a new, cleanstock
recently arrived.
Bovril,  4 oz.  bottles.
Bovril, 2 oz. bottles...
.65
.35
Bovril Cordial, 20 oz. bottles  _   $1 25
Johnson's Fluid Beef, 16 oz bottles     $1 00
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Six-Pound Sack Meata Whole Wheat Flour  25 Cents
Barley Flakes, (Large Package)  10 Cents
Corn Starch, 3 Packages  25 Cents
Manila Drip Syrup—Per Tin  20 Cents
Mop Sticks—Each  15 Cents PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913
WILL STRENGTHEN
FOREST SERVICE
Provincial Government Propose Re-Organize
Forestry Department.—Increase  Royalties.
Indian Lands Commission Appointed.
Vi -toria, B.C., Feb. 11—Hou. W.R.
Ross's speech in moving the second
reading of the Forests Act Amendment I.iii today engaged the close at-
lention of the house for upwards of
an hour,  the     ministerial deliverance
being a complete review of the timber
. . ion in British Columbia and the
jn-. - ii- nature of forest protection in
the .-h i.f provincial forest proteo -
4.ioi poliey, The minister pointed out
( - ■ b hoped in future to rei ruit
lh fore-try branch riuil exclusively
fie.:., men technically trained In, tbe
fori - si hi io ol the uew unlvi rsity.
i pra tl ally  lhe entire tech-
iii al     ifl e,f over 250     men hns lieen
t' .   Canadians, there being upon
it       '   two  who  are  nol   British  subjects
BETTER FOREST PROTECTION
I . intended lo divide the- province
inl '. i foie-t districts, each of wbich
will be an independent administrative
umt for forc-t purposes, centralization and close personal Inspection being .: med nt \- soon as distiict. cs-
:.; shn ml con pleted permanent
v.. ks will 1 ■• undertaken, such as
: hon lines, trails. loo'cout
st ■ : s, etc. I'lnns for this -eason
t ,  75  per cent  incr.'asc in-
the esl  i'i otective force,     in-
of the ost of a coa-< t i atrol
■ fast launches, increased co-
op ial on between lumbermen and the
I t. will be aimed at, and rail-
onstruction under provincial char
i - Kill be clo-ely supervised. By the
' ■ I • next year it is hoped to have
tit district system of patrol tb" most
• I tive of any in Canada. Forest
revenue has latterly greatly in reased
and now constitutes - n [uartor of
British Columbia's revenue, despite
which only one-fiftieth i- expended on
I IV.
There are 14,COO licenses In existence
b      ring    in  annually  $1,846,000.
I: venue  by  royalty  bas increased five
fold  during  the past decade and    thc
i     il foresl  revenue of the country is
now {2,750,000, while th- c0st to the
province in l'MJ waa only $278,645, in
<i  -      of Ihe Increase of forest protec
t    -.  co-t  of >116.000.
Fi r the   oming year tbe forest pro-
charge is estimated at$2i3,O00
to be  '"nne by tbe govern-
which  is  at  present  spending   n
,i ■■   •  10 per     nt of the revenue   de-   li
to agriculture. Another reason for
these surveys is the general stock -
taking and also that maps may be
prepared and dai a secured essential
in the planning of permanent improve
ments.
ENCOURAGING MANUFACTURING.
It is thc intention of lhe government
to encourage tbe manufacture of tim-
ber Into furniture, vehicles, implements, etc., within the province'
appropriate and available steps for
the purpose of preventing any violation or disregard of the provisions of
the above mentioned contracts and
statutes, whether by diversion of traffic from Canadian ports and routes
or by any such undue or improper div
erflion of the companies' resources aB
would delay or interfere with the com
pie tion and operation of tho Northorn
Transcontinental railway in accord -
anoe with the companies' obligations
to the people of Canada."
PROTECT
FEMALE
LABOR
Ottawa,  Feb.  It—Hon. T.W.  Croth-
t is,  minister  of  labor,   has  made  an
and   important move  looking towards  the
to condue<t experiments    to determine
the commercial possibilities of turpen- '
tine', wood alcohol and other manufao
tures  from   timber  by  products,  pulp
milling developments, etc.
lire -ent surveys have discloseel inline n e pulp wood resources hitherto
unknown to the central interior, while
the timber unlicensed and unleased is
found lobe much greater than sup-j
posed, so that from every viewpoint,
it is apparent  that a new progressive
polie-y  for   timber  sale's   must   -oon  be
Inaugurated,
TO INCREASE  ROYALTIES.
protection of female and child labor,
ni Canada. He has decided to appoint in the four largest Canadian cit
les women representatives of the labor department who will look after the
interests of the weaker sex. The representatives will be located at Montreal. Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver.
Later if the work proves successful
representatives will be appointed at
all largo centres where thero are factories. With the ra] i.l increase in
the number of fa'lories in Canada,
where  female  and  child  labor is em-
Write Ideas for Moving Picture Plays
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$25.00 or more Weekly.
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The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The big film manufacturers are "moving
heaven and earth" in their attempts to get enough good plots to supply the ever increasing demand.
They are offering $100and more, for single scenarios or written ideas.
We have received many letters from the film manufacturers, such as VITAQEAPH, EDISON,
ESSANY, LUBIN, SOLAX, IMP. BEX, RELIANCE,' CHAMPION, COMET, MELIES, Etc.,
urging us to send photoplays to them. We want more writers and we'll gladly teach you the secrets
of success.
We are selling photoplays written by people who "never before wrote a line for
publication."
Perhaps we can do the same for you. If you can think of only one good idea every week, and
will write it out as directed by us, and it sells for only $L'o, a low figure.
You will Earn $100 monthly for Spare Time Work
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Don't hesitate.   Don't argue.   Write NOW and learn just what this new profession may mean for
you and your future.
NATIONAL AUTHORS' INSTITUTE,   :    1543 Broadway, New York City
As to timber royalties these    have'ployed     Mr. Crothers feels     that the
remained  the  same,  at 50  cents    per   work- can be made highly useful.
thousand, for a quarter century, although it bad been decided in 1907
to Increase to 75 cents. It was now
intended to increase to il in 191G,
this bring in no way unfair to thc
timbermen, since 50 cents today was
infinitely less in purchasing power
than 50 cents a quarter century ago.
MONTHLY RRPORTS.
The representatives will act as corespondents of the Labor Gazette and
will be relied upon to supply a monthly report on current conditions on
female and child labor, They will cover
all movements that affect women eith
er directly or indirectly a- an indus-
J. A. HOY
Teacher of Violin
Pupil of Ernest Simple, of Winnipeg, and Prof. Frederick,
late of London, Eng.
Studio at City Hotel!
With  respect  to the     Doyle scale in trial class and will pay special atteu- j
lhe mountain s"Ction  it is intended to tio" to such matters     as changes     in
appoint  a  commission   to   thoroughly wnecs and hours of labor affecting wo
Investiagte all  condition,-  with a view ""'ii, strikes and lockouts, meetings of
to the adoption of a scale equitable in women's organizations, et.-.   In addi-
iti all parts oi the provinoe. "on  lhey will be employed  to    mako
The Forest  bill has now passed sec- special  investigations  for  the depart-
ond   rending  and   will   be   lefl   incom- '"ent.
plete  -o that     Ihe     lumbermen may LIVING CONDITIONS.
make all  representations desired, and Among the questions which it is the
these are many.   The first  deputation intention to investigate are actual liv-,
will be here tomorrow.  Virtually   no
W.  H.  WALLACE,   M.D.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313, Revelstoke
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial  Land   Suvey.or,
Mining Surveyor,
Englnetrint
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   lOfi,    REVELSTOKE
was before  the     house
ing conditions of certain ela-ses of
female' employees, the extent to which
employment agencies exist or are
abused, lodging house conditions, wag
es, sanitation, and marketing conditions.
I
Aeroplane Spies Feared
other btisine ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
today.
Tomorrow the premier will move his
Panan a canal resolution, and on Wed
im slay ll-eii   Mr. Rosa will again hold
the flooi, elucidating the new     land
1 olicjf.
I  wii" ficcn     Ottawa today states       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
thai  N.J. Wyle of Nova Scotia and J. '    London, Fe-b.  1-1—The frequent -ight
J,  McKenna (,f     Ottawa    have   been  ing  ol  brilliantly lighted  and    some-'
named  by the Dominion as it- repre-   times unilluminated air-hips flying ov-
-rntati a  on   (he   Indian   lands com-  cr different   parts of England has    ati
The   Uritish   Columbia  nom-   last  aroused so much interest that the'
be announced in the    next  Daily News, in an .-.litorial thi-morn
rived from iii>em for tlie benefit of (he  few days.   The  government  here also    ng.    oran ongly on what     is
ts,   Forest   surveys contemplated  received today a copy of the     rl     '. - i a now form of espionage.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building   Hovel-
■ toke. B. O.
Money to Loan.
OfllCM—Revelatoke,    B.    0..     aad
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF   FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
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REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 1085
- .ev ■■ areas suited for agri-   ordei   :ti   -ouncil  a],pointing  the com-
so that these may be dtminat   mission  on  better  terms,   th^  |
tin   er holdings and devoted   nei of which is not yet decided,
CANADIAN TRADE MUST GO
OVER CANADIAN ROUTES
The ai .'-:■-. in declaring tha'     the
foreign  airships  ar..  '. .-om-
iV.S "It
lies,,  machines    are
their
PICTURE POSTCARDS
and Modern Photography; a'so Developing',
Printing, Copying and Enlarging. Prices
moderate.
ALFRED J.  PEARSON
Corner Studio, Next Star Theatre, McKenzie Ave.
Dominion Government lo take all Proper Steps
to See that Obligations of Grand Trunk
Pacific in Contract with People of Canada
are Kept, in Good Faith.
intends tos
■ . - Grand Trunk Pa ific
• nating on the line of the railway or
■A. .
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fa<"t    raises a     distil oft hese
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:       • pub-
»    th.' report
a I
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iny now
and
Great  Britain has none at all.
Meets     every tirst and third Tuesday   in  Oddfe.lows    Hall.      Visiting1
brethern  cordially  invited  to  attend.
E.  Edwards, Dictator.
H. L. Haug,  Secrotary.
KOOTENAY      LODGE. No. lt A. F.
aud A.  M.
Regular meeting** arc held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on tht Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren an
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
LIQUOR APPETITE
IS N0T INH
o. w. o. w.
Mountain View Camp,  No. 129.
Meets Second   ami    Fourth Wednesdays    in sack   month  in    Selkirk
Hall,      Vititing  Woodmen art
Ually invited  to attend
rAMBS   M  i'.TVKE,  CO.
RDS, Clerk.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital       ....        % 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits       ....        23,677,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.457,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,090,192 48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Car.ada, and Agents and Correspondents in nil
the Principal Cities in the World.
A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
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Pure,   Healthful,   Dependable
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grape acid and baking
soda. It makes the food
more delicious and wholesome.   	
The  low priced, low grade
powders put alum or lime
phosphates in the food.
Ask Your Doctor About That SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  P&VEW
High Class Residential and Day Schools
LANGARA
A. B. Tait, Estj., M. A., Principal
The staff of Masters in Langara is
an exceptionally strong one.
Boys prepared for the matriculation examinations of Canadian
universities or for the entrance examination of the Royal Military
College, Kingston.
Careful supervision of the pupils
in their games as well as in their
studies.
Special attention  puid to the development of character.
Applications for admission s
Dr. E. D. McLaren,   1497  Pen
BRAEMAR
Miss Mahuarbt Uoss,   Principal
The   most  modern  buildings and
most efficient stall' of all the giris'
schools of the Dominion.
Each mistress a specialist in   her
own department.
Regular training in gymnastics by
a competent mistress.
Both schools are under the management of "Western Residential
Schools, Limited." Winter Term
opens Tuesday, Tth January,  1013.
hould be made at once to
drell  Street,   Vancouver, B. C.
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing £$,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s  Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone 281
Night I'houe 40
P. O.  Dox 4:S
Howson C& Co,, Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson CSb Co., Ltd.
ARE VOU MUSICAL ?
WHITE PEOPLE
Be reasonable! Don't send your hard-earned money
to China! Remember, we are here to do your work and
we employ local white labor only. Be progressive, and
have your washing done by the West Kootenay Steam
Laund.y.   Regular collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
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Phone 80
EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
. . . It Might Be Cold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Oir>ecord of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitar- |
mm is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, ■        Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
HJUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly aud monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Then take advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Call at
BINGHAM'S MUSIC STOEE
and inspect the stock of Mandolins, Violins, Cuitars. Acccrd-
eons, Piccolos, Flutes, Multi-
Flutes, Harmonicas, Albums,
Sheet Musis, Player Rolls, Etc
Selling at next to cost price to
clear.
Edison Phonographs and Viotcr
Gramophones. Also 500 Edison
Wax Records selling at 45c.
(Usual I'rice, 65c.) and a first-
class selection of Blue Seal
Unbreakable   Records   at    65c.
Come Early aud Cat First choice.
Piano Tuning aud Repairs a
Specialty.
BINGHAM'S  MUSIC   STORE
MacKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.     Phone 262.
Representative for   newcombe  pianos
Sash, Doors. Mouldings' Turning;
W   are in the manufacturing business
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office and  Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, ^Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anVthing in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
i
Strictly^ First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
SIR RICHARD M'BRIDE
ON PANAMA CANAL ACT
Effect on Canadian Trade.—Forecasts the United States
Will Retreat from Untenable Position and Treat Ships
of All Nations Equally in Fixing Tolls.
Victoria, B.C., Feb. 12—A resolution
by the Finance; Minister that the legislature resolve itself into committee of supply, on Monday next indicates an early presentation oi ihe
Provincial estimates, although it Is
not expected thai the budget will be
delivered by Hon. Mr. Ellison until
the middle or late in the- coming week
Today's sitting of the House was
largely occupied by the Prime Minister in the discussion of international
relations as affecting the free use by
world shipping of thc Panama Oanal
In his address, Sir Richard uaed the
history of the canal project from its
inception, and referred to the vnrious
negotiations and treaties having tearing upon the BUhject. His argument
he supported by the citation of various public documents aad the remarks of representative men on both
sides of ibe line in justification of the
position taken by the British Foreign
Office that there is but one course in
fairness nnd equity lo be adopted hy
the United States government. This
being a strict adherence to the term-
of the Hay-Pauncefole Treaty, which
aesures uninterrupted continuous use
of the canal without prejudice to the
shipping of all nations, a condition
won by the British Foreign Office by
asarifie'e of material consideration.
THE   RESOLUTION.
The motion expressive of provincial
endorsement of an acquiescence in the
course of the home' authorities passed
unanimously upon the Premier's motion, which was seconded by the Presi
dent  of the Council, Hon.  A.E.    Mc -
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
in irket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Ciga»r     Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBERT     STONE      PROP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
I'liillips, and couched in the following
terms:
"Whenas, according to the provis*
ions of the Hay-Pauncefote Treaty of
l'.iul, as expressed in Rub' 1, Clause
.1, it was agreed by the United States
of America that the Panama Canal
should be open io the ships of all
nations upon terms of perfect equality:
And, whereas, by act of Con press,
passed in August, 1912, vessels owned
ui the United States and England ia
tli.- Coastwise trade ar.' to be exempt
from all  canal  dues:
"And, whereas su.-b discrimination,
would obviously operate to the elisad-
vantage of Britl b vessels engaged in
carrj ing trade of the Pacific coast:
"Anl whereas, in duly 1912, the Bri
tish government entered a prote-t ag-
a:n-t the preference granted by ^aid
Act of Congress to American ves-ela,
and again in November renewed the
irotcst and requested, failing .ether
means of settlement, that the quest-
iiea should be referred tor arbitration
t.i the Hague Tribunal in accordance
with th.e piovipion- of a treaty with
th- United States in 190S:
"Therefore, be it resolved that the
Legislature view with great sati-fao-
i on the attitude assumed by His
Majesty's See retary for Foreign Af -
fairs in upholding the right- of British and I'ana.l.m -.hipping in the uae
of tb.' Panama Canal, aud expresses
tli" -incer.' hope that the negotiations
which hav.. been undertaken may
speedily result in a just and ami-ablo
settlement  being reached."
SHAREHOLDERS" AUDIT
TO BE COMPULSORY
New Bank Act Goes Much FarLher Than
Laurier Government's Proposed Revision
— Fielding Rejected Government Inspection
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pip*
and Furnace work
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Ava.   .   R.„.|.tokO Ph°ne « N«ht Phone 85
That the new Bank Act a
down by Hon. WfT. White is far more
advanced and has far stricter provisions in regard to protecting both
shareholders and depositors than the
bill Introduced by the Laurier government was very clearly shown by the
Finance Minister in a speech upon the
second reading .if the measure. The
Liberals have l"-en particularly severe
in their criticisms of the new act,
apparently forgetful of the fact that
barely two years ago Hon. W. 3.
Fielding introdu<ed a hill which provided fewer safeguards and which he
failed  to press.
THE DIFFERENCE.
Mr. White's comparison of th.' two
measures shows in startling form how
mui'h more progressive is the pre-ent
bill.
"The bill," said Mr.
was introduced hy Mr.
not go nearly as far
ure of mine. The Bill,
was coneeened, because he had rejected government bank inspection, made
it permissive to the banks. at th.-ir
annual general meetings of shareholders, to appoint auditors with similar
powers to tho-e which we have given
them in this measure. I felt that pub
lie opinion would require a further
step than that and in consequence, I
took  substantially  the  provision     in
brought   the  issue  of  it-  trea-ury  certih ate.
HELP THE FARMERS.
"Another    provision i6 one to which
I sail refer a little later on at greater
h,   namely, a  provision  whereby
anks     may advance to   farmers
up< n  the  -.  mny  oi     their   thr.-hed
grain and to ranchers on the security
of their cattle.   Another is a provision
thnt  bank-   may  is-ue  their note . ir-
e ulation  against  gold.   There are     a
number of other features, for example
one to -tri-ngtbcn the form of the return whi.-h -hall be made to tbe government and  in  many oth- r  ways   the
Bill  has   txen  improved  in ord-r     to
meet judi-'ial decisions."
NON-POLITICAL MEASURE.
Mr. White made it very clear that
the Bill was in no sense a political
measure. He welcomed dugge-tions.
The Bill has been sent to the Banking
and Commerce Committee where a
number of amendments will undoubtedly be proposed.
White,   "which
Fielding     did
as  this nieas-
SO far a-' audit
MALAKWA
PROSPEROUS
Mr. Eric Erick.-on cf Malakwa waa
in town last Thkrsday morning. Mr.
Erickson   was   probably  th.'  tirst   »et-
thc Fielding Bill, but instead of allow tier in the Oardea oi Kd.-n Districting that to remain permis-ive I made having gone there fift. ea years ago.
it compulsory.
STEP FURTHER.
In other words, in so far as the
views of the late government, thru'
their Finance Mini ter. and the then
Prime minister, went, at thnt time,
they were unwilling to gant or to
consider   favorably   government      in -
lie has s.-en vast e-hangee in that per-
lod; be now own- tt valuable farm of
140 acres, ~, acres of whi.-h arc lear-
• d  and   under cultivation;    225    fruit
w.e-h       IUU more   10   be   ;
thi-  year comprise his orchard,  while
Is  h.-ad  of cattle   n number of    pigs,
and  count lets  ■ hicken-   -how   that   he
spection,  but they hnd gone the leng- IsabeHeoel   in  mixed  farming.        He
th of pei mit ting tbe shareholders    of socializes  in hay and  vegetable-  nnd
hanks, at  their  annual   general   meet- lias now  50 tons of potatoes foi sale,
ings to appoint auditors  with  nearly Mr.  Er; kson say-  that  Malakwa eel
the    same     powers    as wc have given erf last year took first prizes ai |f«W
them in this     measure.   Thnt is  the Weatmiasttr,     Armstrong aad Revel -
substantial difference between the two Stoke  fair-.   He intends  to plant  cel-
Mlls, the Fielding hill and  the Bill of eiy exclusively  this .-oming cva-on.
this  Administration,  on  tbe question: Mr.  Enckson is one of tbe few ran-
that is to  -ay. that   tho  late  govern- .hers <.f tbe we-t wbo has the largest!
ment  made audit  permissive,  to    the bnrn  In  the district and has  his own
shareholder* nnd  this government has waterworks   in   his   tioti-e   ttnd   -tabli*
taken n step further nnd made it e-om He  is  thy  firm  lieliever in tbo future
pulsory. of Malakwa     distrie-t,    but   considers
TWO OTHER DIFFERENCES.      'that   the  large  tracts  of land should
"There arc     Iwo   other substantial ■   d rkfsd  up into 10 or 20 acre lots,
features of thc Bill  whi' h differ from a-  h-   considers 20 acres quite enough
those contained in the Bill of the Hon for one man to handle and if he prao
Mr. Fielding.   We have adopted       a tices mixed farming successfully,     bo
very stringent     provision to prevent will  prosper on a email  tract    much
'fraud and dishonesty In tbe period be Irett.-r than on a large piece which ha
tween the ine-orporntion of a bank and cannot cultivate. PAGE EIGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY If., I'J 13
, %%<%%fv%*> vsva/a/v*.
Mr. Cherry oi the O.B.  Hume   Oo
Btaff, is leaving shortly for Oomnpllx.
r
t LOCAL AND
r rrikll'rill      d   business trip to Hasten
f ULIlLliaL     r      Engineei"  Archie   Ulalncy
♦L% % % % % ^ ft V "* H, Ta *. % «4 %. s)
I'M.   Allum, jeweller, h      gone on
e   IlltB.
DIED
YOUNG \i Revelstoke
i b Instant, Charles
ed 63 years.
B. 0., on the
I".   Young, ag-
J.  I_S.   lidding  of Sicamous,
Fi day   v. itoi    to   town.
NEWS FROM FAR AND NEAR
11 ansforrod to Nolson,
city today,
has     been
leaving toi that
BUSINESS LOCALS
was   a
J, E.
city the
Ki nt  ee-' Winnipeg
ui  the we
was in the
Mayor  Chas,  Clarke, of     Kelowna,
was In the city last Thursday.
The O.P.R, is putting a new cunont
foundation under thc McKenzie avenue  telegraph ottico.
W. Miller, superintendent of Bridge
construction has gone to the coast on
a few weeks vacation,
Owen K. Woody who was Flynn's
second, will locture round after round
Empress theatre tonight.
5
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Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest
5
J
I \    Martin
I to Rl vel-toki
of Nelson,
this week.
Miss Irene Poyer,     formerly of the
Revelsloke  orchestra has  accepted  tho
position of bend  pianist  ai   the  Blar
mndo a  theatre.
Tho chancellor of the Hxohetiuer, ish policy in the following year. A
Rt. lion. David Lloyd George, and'curious feature of Lord l.ansdowne's
lhe First  Lord of the Admiralty, Rt. I political career is that he served     In
Hon.    Winston     Churchill,     resigned each of the four great offloes which ho
from the Reform Club, according     to held  for a term of  live years;  he  was
the  London    Express,    because     the in Canada from 18S3 to is.H.s, in India
club    blackballed   llimn   Maurice  Ar- from   L-SSS  to 1893, at tho war    offlco
nolil    Do    Forest,    whoso     candidacy from   IS95 to 1900 and at the foreign
was seconded  by Mr.  Churchill.      The office  from   1900 to   1906.
Express sai'd that Sir Edward    (Irey
and   Rt,   Hon.   Lewis Harcourt     also New York's "Lucky House"    is    to
threaten to resign     unless a general 8°-   Number   60,  Washington Square,
meeting of the- members is called  to
ey Lease]   of Naku p, was
the citj tie  fore pari of this week.
G,   \ .  Taylor  of
i: .
Vancouver, was
this  week end.
O. D, Vaager ol Golden, came down
the line this  week  end  u> dobusiness
here.
Ja-.   Rae, and   \ E. Taylor of Nelson, were doing business In lown last
We ein. - : | ,
(i    .■    C.   R    -
was  ,,   gue     a"
Tbuts lay.
lanei ol Salmon Ann.
the Kin •  Edwai d la-t
In      .!...,'■ taking a   wife
yes and trust
to li. k.
I.' Will     111      eejl     of        (1.111      W1 11 i 11 til.
paid   Revelstoki   a  business visil   lasl
B
Don'l overlook Lho big attraction at
the      Star      i beat re    Wednesday    and
Thursday evenings. Watch for the big
fl not •
Mis. ti. I-i. Harrison, of Toronto,
bas been tho guest of her aunt, Mrs,
.) .1). Konnedj, First street,   tor    the
i ast   ten days.
Mrs. M. Scot! and family bave mov
,•.1   ha k  tie town, and bave SBttled for
the present In Mr. T. Dean's houso on
Third street.
The Y.I'.S. of St, .John's ihiuch.
will hold a snowshoe tramp on Mon -
day night, Fob. iTili. leaving the
church at 7:30 p.m.   Members    please
Hole.
Withoul an exooption one of the
most wonderful animal pictures ever
shown in Revelstoke wlll be al the
Star theatre Wednesday and Thursday
of next week.
tor a long time kept as a hoarding
house by 'Ma'' Roddy, and known as
"Lucky House" because so many
struggling writers, artists and Htich
have, achlovi .1 their first fame while
living there, lias been acquired by
the Italian Hospital and may Boon bo
torn down, With its going, Washington      Dej ua le    will   lose  one  of  its
wood from Canada of $894,700, in'utorary landmarks for No. 60, in Its
comparison with the previous year, day, has sheltered more geniuses
and compared «ith those of the year possibly than any other lodging houso
1907
rescind Ihis  (lotion,
In a report to the Department of
Trade and Commerce, Mr. J. E. Ray
Canadian commissioner at Birmingham, England, says that, the British
trade statistics bIiow n decrease in
the   total   purchase's  of    timber      and
they indicate a total declino ot
$1,603,585. The teital imports of
Great Britain, however, were last
y.ar $1,725,790 loss than, the previous
year anil $6,154,415 less than the yadr
l'JU7.
in New York. I
■  I
Mote  ihan      $6,000,000  will   be      distribute I among holders of the   common -ioi; of tbo     American Tobacco
Company from a 15 por cent,     extra
dividend  declared  lasl   week,  In    New
From an authoritative source it is   Vork.   Like  tho $40,000,000 "melon"
learned     the plans for the-     Ilu.lsori divided  la-t week  by  the     Standard
Day terminals at Le Pas show the In-, Oil Company,  of     New  .Jersey,  tbis
te-ntion of the     Government  lo    have  extra  dividend results from  tho ...stt-
Tbe Big Event—L.A.B. of R.T. Annual At Homo; the date, Manh 26th,
Tho place, Revelsloke opera house. A
word to tho wise is sufficient.
li vein i'uii'i get to the Empross on
Thursday evening next, huy a ticket
or two anyway. "Twero good you
do so much for charity."
Tickets for the Hould benefit play,
selling so rapidly that Ihoso who purchased reserve seats aro advised to secure their reserves at onco.
Seo ('has M. Field about that Life
Policy you are contemplating putting
on in the compnny of which Lord
Strathcona and the President of    the
I lank  of Montreal are directors.
lt comes but onco a year, the L.A.
H. of R.T. Danoo and Atllomo. This
lime the dnte is March 2Glh, Revel-'
stoke opera bouse. Remember tbo BUC
cess scored last year, and keep tho
dato open-
Only four companies settled thoir
losses in full in lho San Francisco
earthquake and lire, of wbich tbo London Assuraneo Corporation was one.
This company paid out $7,000,000 In
lhat disaster, their poll'ies aro written hero by Chas. M. Field.
Fighty-live per cent of all headaches
nre the result of Eyestrain. E you
are troubled that way, consult Dr. S.
L. Taube on his visit to Diamond
Hall, Revelstoke, It. ('., on Tuesday,
February 18lh, 1913, 3t.
Mt   and Mi -. J.D. Sibbald, returned
on Tl irsday from a weeks'  visa    to      Realizing  the  future  ol   Revelstoke,
an I  tb it realty valui - will soar     in
the  spring,  Mr.   P.   Levesque  yester-
ad Mrs.  Sam  Irwin  of Arum-   day  purchased a valuable' lot on First
i       .   were in  town  ihe  fore pan  of  street west.
C. R   White,
tb      gOOd     v.
of th -  week,
bailing from
in the cil j
them equal from the start to anything lit Canada. The station will
occupy ono whole block, the' freight
sheds and roundhouse several more,
while forty track-, with a capacity of
400 ears ca'-h, are' expected to bo
Bt IHcleni   to   ope for some    time     to
co  with the traffc that is   sure
passthrough  ibis place as   soou
the road is completed to tbe Bay.
is figured that eventually five thousand ii.cn will be employed in     theso
Forty years Ic use, 20 years the
.standard, prescribed and recommend,
ed by physician.". For Woman's Ail -
ments, Dr. Martel's Female Tills, al
your druggist.
promo court decree dissolving tho old
corporation, and represents proceeds
of the sale of certain treasury securities in accordance with the decree of
dissolution. The declaration makes a
olal of -ft 1.000,000 in extra dividends
received  by  tho stockholders since the
to  ol.l  American Tobacco Company  was
as  dissolved.
It
Tbe Grand Lodge of the Yukon Or-
der of  Pioneers, al a meeting in DaW-
=on e.n Jan.inry 12, adopted a   con-      Railroaders, beware. Do not put on
stittttion     and .elected  the following  life or accidenl insurance without fust
.lames, tho Chimney Sweep, is back
in town, and will give prompt personal att-niion to all job-. '1 ho o Ori,
i ntal Hotol. ov write, Jams, Tbe
j Chimney Sweep, C, O. Oriental Hotel,  Revelstoke.
J..-.   Hall of Cih-ury,  .-amcover thc
:: Mon lay to transact
bere.
'■   O. B trdi k of     Arrowhead,  was
-  the  many  hike  visitors   io tho
'".    week    - I
.
As a large number of ladle    will be
Toronto   to see tho   fohuson-Flynn fight    pio-
Phursday   lures at   >he  Empress  tonight,    there  terminals,
is something (or the ladies "Hnmpty-
I Dumpty"     the   treat  English  Panto-'    ll  was decided at the. annual  meet- named officers tee hold until tho next  loo'.ine; over the attractive and    low
n,;n0_                                                       | ing the     B   t'.  Loggers' Association, annual   meeting of  tho (irand Lodge,   priced policies offered you by ('has.M.
,l: Id ui     Van oivtr last wed;.     that on   tb"  second     Thursday  in   August   Field,  in hi- sound and  reliable com-
''"■  "• Well ■ !i"' prominent fur deal-   ii,,. organization   would co-operate in next and each year thereafter:—-Past   panics,
er  of  Revel toke,  bought three silver  a|iwa5    pos Ible  with thc Provincial Grand  President,  J.W.  Wilson; Grand.
..   rapper  from    Fort  Governmenl in their   eflorts     toward President, A.l). Ross; (Irand Vioe-Pre-
George for M.000.   Tho skin   were im   Hre           tion.     The   Loggers'     As- si,inn.  Richard Gillespie; (Irani  Seemed ate         ,     .I lo the London nun-   relation and the B.  0. Lumber   and retary,  F.W.  Clements;  Grand Treas-
Holti n .s i uttlng Up a quantity ■ - same from the Big
'or clearness und pur-
"■      Mt
v,   Boj l> of tl •   Haii   e.n g miiar -
or   the fore
H      , .- that the
»1    to the  springs     is
•- - Uoteabl
es are g t the fa irt.
I      Sutherland, a   omj
rhurs
^ay .:   eastern  ti p.  The Dr.
.' tj al er hi
the   trip  he   visited Ot-
the oth i
I    hm ■ h on     S
■       ':■'■    J.  Ohave, will
- In
1 of B vela-
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L
VI
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ket.
Worl     m  'h    Do nfnton   government
uhaif .   pro I Already there is
,'id it is  about now
ready for the rock work.   W. Fleming
tn of thc work,
I
Mr. and Mt . H.   \.  Webster,     and
or an ezten le 1 trip
in Boston, To istern
The; ■■ o la
Mrs. We
I.E. Harrison.
i Las
•   .    ■ - :
I
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-     '
Shingle      '■ ■ i- '    A--o iation  urer,  A.  Englehardt;  Grand Chaplain
will work together in matters of leg- and Grand Historian,     .lolin Grant;
o  pertaining to the lumber iu .  Grand   Warden.   R.O.   Burns;     Grand
ii  Columbia hcrcalter,  Guard,  John Burke,
tins decision     being arrived at at'ier
>ome   . Ofl for the  en-
ec   ,1 ,i   folio ■
.    '-: .'. I
Kelsej    »ecretary-
Booth.
-
Lord
After  the  Johnson Flynn  fight    pictures on     Saturday   night, Hurapty-
Dumpty  in  three reel-,  great! English
Pantomine.   All  comedy,  direct    from
the Drury Lane theatre,  London Eng.
See the famous clown Geo. II. Adams
j with his     own company.   You laugh,
you roar, you scream.    Bmpress thea-
The  latest development  in  the wes-   tre,  Saturday night,  prices Hie, 25c,
tern  rates Inquiry is  the' employment  balcony 3.V.
i.y ihe Dominion governm nl   if Jeaa
Paul  Muller, the United  Slates   rate     Th'' r"'st  Canadian contingent that
cpert.   Mr.  Muller has been re-  went to the Boer war were Insured for
taiued     . a -■ I  Mi.  Bi knell, ..f Tor-  $1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident   and
■    ■   '   it   fork in    a  r'""r'in!""    Corporation.   Tho Revel-
■■     days   ,11.1 tal p his residence in  st°k'' Fir" Brigades are also   insured
O,   ivhere  he will   ...  over     the  in  ,llls  company.   The  special    agent
i    '.:     exh   Its in     the  for lh,J company Is Chas. M Field -
.■.in-i. was prepared by the traf-  Best po,icy in ",0 »>»rkct issued to all
.      rtment    ofthe     c.P.Rl and /specially to railroaders.
■m-i the i..i-;   of -,be defene
Mr.
FOR SALE—Cook stove and Heater.
Price $10. Apply Mr-. W. F. King,
First street, West.
of the i jhiblta
to i   I    kin      ic r> nson-
■ rate     eneral- .WANTED—Before March, a Bmall tur-
■!i ■"'   '   •     nished or unfurnished   house,   East
End .-J.R.F. Box 721.
ROWS Mail
Be -ure and be then—Where—at the
Malakwa dance, February 2ist next,
.;:K FAI TS  WE WANT Mil!
E   \T OUR RISK
Remember ih' date of visit of   Dr.
S.   L.   Taube,  eye  sight   specialist     of
the Taube Optical  Con.pany  of Calgary an! Vancouver, whe will be at
with hair   Diamond  Hall, Revelstoke,     on Tues-
,,n February 18th,  1913.   If there is
o t    on    et 1: ;     '■'"■•■ wi«>     yoa, eye Ight,
SOCIAL AND    C
PERSONAL >
Did  you  gel   a  vab iitine'.'
Mrs. lt. Lawrence is receiving on
Monday afternoon,
Mrs. Kincaid is able lo bfl around
again after a siege of tbo grippe.
"Captain Racket" at tho hhnprosd
on Thursday,  Feb. 20th.
Mrs. II. N. Coursier in re riving on
Tue-day afternoon, Fob.  181 li.
Thee Revolstoke Maud Orchostra will
furnish the tnuwlo next Thursday ov-
ening for "Captain Racket."
Every dollar mado from the sale of
tickets io "Captain Racket" will bo
bi nt dtroetly to Mrs. Gould.
.Mr.  and   Mrs.   .1.1)    Sibbald  returned
on Thursday from Vancouver. Tbey
loport ice and snow still plentifully
covering the landscape in thai Fail
city,
Tbc amateur Dramatic Society present "Oaptain Racket'1 al tho Em -
press noxi Thursday ni hi. Como and
have a good big l.iugb far two hours
Mr, and Mrs. Shepherd have removed temporarily lo thi neighborhood
of Field. Mr. Shephord who is assistant engineer of construction s preparing for double tracking fro n thai
i ninl wM.t ward to Goldon.
Tiie li. M. ll. Rangt rs enjoyed o
Miiow-hoe [ramp on Thursdaj night.
Assembling ai tho drill hail to thi
number of about twenty five, t.h.iy
tramped westward and upward and
downward for pearly throe boufs. Everybody enjoyed •'. iiis.'I,-, s Immensely on ihi- tramp.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y.M.C
A- held a largely attended meeting od
Friday afternoon al  Mrs. It. Howsons
The  business  of  Hi"  day  was  t.i plan
.-on leans  of  ken] ing   up   lho  lunds
of the society. Although in no immediate need, it was decided to begin
right away a scries of monthly sewing bees in preparation for a big ha-
.'aar in * li.• autumn. The noxl meeting will be at thc home of Mrs. W.A.
Foote, on the third Tins.lay of
March.
Tin- young people of the Melhodlsl
church had a jolly     snowshoe tramp
20 or more were in Iho parly, aie!
many n glorious slblc lent spice and
i ii ii. menl to ih • t wo hours they
v.cif tramping. 11 ingiy an ' hi
ihey arrive I finall} al lhi bout' of
Mrs. Lee, Foui tli street, where ro -
frcshments disappeared li.; ma fie,
af! ir wh eh ever) bod hcl| o 1 In u»
imprompl u mu i al hour.
Mi A.     I li:     be  M     ll'i.ai     Nl '.'■     ',',
will arrive nv iowii on Sunday morning and remain  until Thui   lay. Ml
Hughe- i en ro ito to E n I and li
giwng lectures in all lhe lai 0 lown
i iid.'r the auspice .-■ of the W.C.T.U.
She will speak on tempo ance and em
New Zealand. The ihi f I 'cture ht
this cily will lie given in St. John's
church on Wednesday evening, Feb. 19
whn she will illu irat.. Iuu- addross
v il b    oiu.    ma   niiiceui   lallt'i n    lides,
and al »o with half a do en    im
native    eosttin i 3.    (in  Tuo  I i\   after -
noon at   1:80 she will a,bin       I bi   Mi
sion irj    e, n st.  John's i burch,
where It is  hoped'    she  will   have      a
rowd   I      boil Bo go id  papers
aro to be read also.
No
■
led
nc.  through
•
pare
o st all  iif thi
s   well
• on*.
*
m   (      thai   wl af '■  ■■:
to    .  hy,    during  the    past
(■ d   -.: pb
po«t ca ititdooi scenes. In-
de  I his busini h .   wa    ■ I mud
• ..ns  that  he  bas r •
ad '
Li-   - - ' H,   Mr   Tear-
.-on o-.viu.- to the expansion of his
leiism"' has >■(• n compelled to tnovo
to larger and    will In future
to lare: r quarteri and will in future
corn«M the other !• of the Star
ttvatre.
-
-
■ • only  was
n'l  , tnder
it   of      Mr        Dave
-   'hnl   ' e.ubl b"
-i 'I looking f'et ward
ek,   thn   ti   I
nlir-n     they i. 'l f'.r another
'
'
I   offer
-
Rexal "93"
(ether
I   to you
re r0-
i o you
' li are
n h. It
.' i  of   t bn
'
: rli ' ne
■ I.      and
hair.
B pre
the   1  it   nnd
th 'if hair
me i     In ( .-   •
n I'   e,n I  tell  us,  nnd
DISSOLUTION  OF   PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE i   hereby given tl .it Iho co-
: ar n irshii   hei   ofoi       I bo
don't fail  to consult him.     All workltwcen the undersigned, under the inn.
anteed as le t d
FOR S \LF-Fnnii, Sj  miles BOUIfa ol
:!l-: na ol (   Plumbing,  Heat-
ii I   Sh -ei     Metal  i toi ipanj   at
Revelstoke, i   ;hteon acres, ten acres
leai (l and     improved; with house
B.C.,  has be ti ibis
d a olved     by  mul ual  consent.
bti in.     will bet   il carried
day
Tin
e •!
I, kitchen IMS and four    up
, ,. , . .,   I hj lys, bj  win'in   nU
ecken   hou 0,  stable,
ib bts oi ihe old Brm will be i aid and
■■■     bom all outstanding account  dua
the old tn iii are to be paid.
inlo,  General  Deliv
e v. Revelstoke, B.O.
i     Km nished   Rooms  with  or
without   board.    Apple   t.e   Mail Her-
ifflce
WINTER TIME TABLE
There irill he ano hm dance held at.
dance,   ff you want a good Hm- hear    ' The  •
inm" real good ill tbs latest,  mn l<   rill       I   -. rood t""' "n|v et ..ur ntr.ro
tIC,    al
10 Malakwa
■
Walter Hews, the H<iir1I Store.
Mo,
No.
No.
No.
FAST BOUND.
4—Art                   Departs M:M
n   Arrives    1 10,   Departs 7:40
2    ',ne.es   ii :, .,   Heparin 12:15
W-'.ei   BOtJND.
'   Arrives      i ,   Departs   7.03
t    Vrrlvei    16k,  Departs 16:80.
ia   Arrives  18:1S,   Departs 18:35
BO^TH TRAIN.
Arrives  1.1:40,  leaves  7:45 a.m.
Itevel  lokl ,  U.C.  K.|,rilaiy  1 -Ith.I'.U.'-.
Revel toke  Plumbing, Heating,
and Shoe! Metal Company.
I'er S, Humphreys.
ist issue isFeb. lm.
March
atre.
COMING EVENTS
-"The Itosnry." Kmpress the-
Ma i h it-si   Patrick1
theatre.
Day concert.
April 21 and 22— Juvenile Bonioninn-3
at the Bmpress theatre.
i  i •• ir Week—L.
nual Dance.
A. n. of It. T. An-
March    2C—L.A.B.  of    R.T.
"At Home" and Dance.
Annua!

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